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>>> here in newtown connecticut, a community still struggling with the grief, saying good-bye to lives cut far too short. >> makeshift memorials re mind the people of this community they are not alone in their grief. people stop by to leave candles, flowers, teddy bears. a counting concept, the idea of trying somehow to move on without the 20 6 and 7-year-olds who lost their lives friday, without the six adults also killed at sandy look elementary school. moving on may not be possible for a very long time if ever. it is not clear just when the students of sandy hook will return to class but when they do, it will be in a different building, a different school, in a neighboring town. everything is different now. everything. for the families here this week is about trying to find a way to say goodbye and to honor the lives of their children, the lives of their teachers and school administrators, their three funerals scheduled for the rest of the week for three 6-year-olds and there were two funerals today also for 6-year-olds, jack pinto and noah pozner. tonight we remember j
dot the curb just outside the newtown high school. teddy bears at ram's pasture. angels keeping watch near the center of town. and the town's flag in the center of main street at half-staff. and the once joyful christmas tree now has a different glow. surrounded by memorial candles and the lights of the world's media. the residents of newtown know it will take time for this town to heal. but they're also determined to know the world that newtown will not just become another word for tragedy. >> the town right now is mourning. we're sad. i think -- i think down the road, we'll definitely be stronger. you know we have to be stronger. >>> good evening, everyone. we are live once again tonight from newtown, connecticut, a community struggling with grief, reaching out to one another for comfort, beginning the long, long process of saying goodbye to so many young lives cut far too short. makeshift memorials we mind the people of this community that they're not alone in their grief. people stop by to leave candles and flowers, teddy bears, notes of comfort. it's a daunting concept, the idea
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